work from home

  1. 5 Basic Necessities of a Remote Worker

    5 Basic Necessities of a Remote Worker
    Not so long ago the benefits of working from home were limited, but with the modern technology and increasing number of real-time technology taking up our day to day lives, some of the employers and employees realize that they don’t need to be present or physically present in an office set up. But before getting all of these benefits, setting up the right office space in your home and how to make the remote working hassle free should be the first aspect to take into consideration. I have prepared five necessities a remote worker should have to succeed in their home-based work set up.
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  2. How to Declutter Your Small Home Office

    How to Declutter Your Small Home Office
    With the rise of home-based work and the emerging need to work from home which is bound by modern technology, we are forced to create a small space in our house from where we can work quietly without any distractions to maximize efficiency. There are so many ways to keep your home office clutter free, but it takes a lot of discipline to be able to do so. Here are some few tips that I have gathered.
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  3. Why Known Companies are Shifting to Standing Desk

    Why Known Companies are Shifting to Standing Desk
    In recent years, ergonomist, doctors, scientists, and even employees have primarily focused on the health benefits of stand up desk also the positive change it will bring in the workplace. The following are real accounts of huge companies who issue standing desk converter to its staff, office workers who took standing desk on a test and found the results relatively helpful and survey results favorable to the use of standing desks.
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  4. How To Design A Healthy Workstation

    How To Design A Healthy Workstation
    Various studies were conducted to determine the activities that can help break up sedentary time. These activities include information regarding the benefits of standing, changing work environments, such as adding standing or adjustable desks; providing a timetable for purposeful breaktime that includes stretching, doing some yoga poses, recording sitting times, or even providing a bell that rings every hour or two that serves as a sign to stand and move.
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